Mike and Wes hand out season-ending awards for the 2018 Packers and preview the upcoming playoffs.
Mike and Wes review several aspects of the Packers’ victory over the Raiders, including QB Aaron Rodgers’ perfect passer rating (1:01), Oakland QB Derek Carr’s game-changing turnover (5:25), other key stops by the Green Bay defense (9:13), and the work of the Packers’ offensive line (16:47).
Mike and Wes discuss the Packers’ keys to victory against the Raiders on offense (:52), including the work of RBs Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams (4:37), and on defense (8:17). They also examine other key games around the NFL in Week 7 (14:18).
Mike and Wes examine Oakland on offense (3:16), including Green Bay native and fullback Alec Ingold (7:29), as well as on defense (10:50). They also look at the Packers’ new addition in WR Ryan Grant (13:02) and discuss QB Aaron Rodgers’ recent performances with injuries to his perimeter players (16:44).
Mike and Wes discuss some of the lesser-known moments from Monday night’s victory turned in by players like CB Jaire Alexander (3:04), G Elgton Jenkins (4:08) and DL Dean Lowry (6:55). They also share their thoughts on the officiating controversies (10:47).
Mike and Wes discuss the performances of WR Allen Lazard (2:22), RB Jamaal Williams (11:39), and the Packers’ defense (16:34) in the last-second won over the Lions.
Mike and Wes take a look at the Packers’ injury report (:50) and then examine the keys to victory over the Lions on offense (4:33) and defense (11:32).
Mike and Wes dive into the Detroit Lions, looking at how they got to 2-1-1 (1:01), the play of QB Matthew Stafford (4:27), the look of their defense (12:27) and some key matchups for Monday night (14:45).
Mike and Wes discuss two players down the depth chart who had a big impact in the Packers’ victory over the Cowboys – cornerback Chandon Sullivan (1:47) and offensive lineman Lucas Patrick (8:25). They also review some key happenings around the league from Week 5 (19:12).
Mike and Wes recap the Packers’ road victory over the Cowboys, focusing on RB Aaron Jones’ superb performance, the defense’s ups and downs (10:19) and the play of CB Kevin King (12:25).
Mike and Wes discuss the Packers’ keys to victory against the Cowboys, first on defense (:51) with containing RB Ezekiel Elliott, then on offense (7:09) with RB Aaron Jones and QB Aaron Rodgers. They also take a look at Week 5 around the NFL, beginning with Thursday night’s NFC West result (15:35) and other notable games on Sunday (18:59).
Mike and Wes discuss the injury status of RT Bryan Bulaga (1:32) and WR Davante Adams (4:42) and the potential for RB Dexter Williams (6:46) and WR Darrius Shepherd (13:09) to play a role in Dallas. They also look at the Packers’ current run of success at AT&T Stadium (15:46).
Mike and Wes examine the 2019 Dallas Cowboys, beginning with RB Ezekiel Elliott (1:03), weapons in the passing game including former Packers WR Randall Cobb (7:35), their revamped defense led by LBs Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch (11:09) and how their season has gone thus far (16:37).
As the Packers prepare for a Week 5 trip to Dallas, Mike and Wes discuss the team’s focus on running the ball and stopping the run (:57), the injury update heading into this game (5:33), and the Packers vs. Cancer initiative that K Mason Crosby is helping to lead (12:30).
Mike and Wes discuss how Week 4 in the NFL proved how difficult it is to get to 4-0 (3:14), and they review Sunday’s games involving the Lions (4:24), the Bears and Vikings (8:23), and the upcoming opponent, the Cowboys (14:38).
Mike and Wes review the Packers’ missed opportunities in the tough loss to the Eagles (:56), the play of QB Aaron Rodgers (5:38) and WR Davante Adams (7:10), and the struggles on defense (9:38). They also discuss where things stand with replay review on pass interference (14:40) and other NFL games to watch in Week 4 (22:43).
Mike and Wes discuss the Packers’ keys to victory against the Eagles on offense (:59) and defense (8:00), and they mention some under-the-radar players to watch (16:35).
Mike and Wes discuss the Eagles’ offense (5:31), defense (8:14) and special teams (10:35) while also taking a look at the state of the NFC North (17:18).
Mike and Wes break down the Packers’ third consecutive victory to begin 2019, covering the timely plays on defense (2:02), the work of LB Preston Smith (7:06) and CB Jaire Alexander (10:35), and how the game unfolded on offense (12:17), including the performances of RB Jamaal Williams (14:10) and the offensive line (15:33).
Mike and Wes combine their last two shows of the week into one. They discuss the strong start to the season by Packers RT Bryan Bulaga (1:16), the adjustment to the practice schedule this week (10:30), the keys to victory vs. the Broncos (13:30), and other intriguing Week 3 matchups in the NFL (21:11).
Mike and Wes examine the Broncos’ defense (1:36) and offense (6:27) and take a closer look at what the Packers CB tandem of Jaire Alexander and Kevin King has accomplished in the season’s early stages (12:47).
Mike and Wes discuss the game-clinching first down vs. the Vikings (1:01), Matt LaFleur’s decision to enforce a Vikings penalty on a PAT (5:21), and several controversial plays, including Minnesota’s overturned TD (8:23), Adam Thielen’s catch and Kevin King’s INT (13:55), and the end of the Bears-Broncos game (19:15).
Mike and Wes review the Packers’ win over the Vikings, including the fast start (2:28), missed opportunities on offense (4:53), close-out performance by the defense (11:38) and CB Kevin King’s big interception (14:48). They also take a look at the track record of rookie head coaches thus far in 2019 (17:41).
Mike and Wes discuss the keys to victory on defense (:56) and offense (7:57) against the Vikings and take a quick glance at other key Week 2 games in the NFC North (14:59) and elsewhere in the NFC (17:13).
Mike and Wes discuss the offensive struggles on third down (1:02), the approach of WR Davante Adams (8:14), and the deployment of the Packers’ defensive backs (12:58), including CB Kevin King (16:47).
Mike and Wes examine Minnesota in all three phases, starting with RB Dalvin Cook on offense (1:24), plus QB Kirk Cousins and WRs Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs (4:26). Also included are looks at the Vikings’ defensive secondary (10:15), front seven (12:53) and special teams (16:14).
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